Opening Saturday, January 18th at Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles is “Supports/Surfaces is Alive and Well” featuring works by Jennifer Boysen and Noam Rappaport in context with pieces from the radical French painting movement “Supports/Surfaces”. In addition to artists like Louis Cane, Daniel Dezeuze, Noël Dolla, and Claude Viallat, all of whom were directly connected to “Supports/Surfaces”, the show will present important works by intriguing figures like Jean-Marc Meurice and Pierre Buraglio. “Supports/Surfaces” developed away from Paris, in the south of France – the home of Matisse. Early exhibitions took place in towns like Coaraze, Montpellier, Nimes and Nice in the mid-1960s. After the student revolts of 1968, the movement ratcheted up its activities, exploding in such exhibtions as “Supports/Surfaces,” which took place at ARC in Paris in September 1970.
Opening Reception: Friday, January 18th, 2014. 4pm.
“Supports/Surfaces is Alive and Well” is on view through March 1, 2014.
For more information visit Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles.